NAPCO Security Technologies Inc, Amityville, N.Y., announced its StarLink universal cellular alarm communicator brand, will co-sponsor a softball game benefiting U.S. children in need, Sep. 12, 2015, in Overpeck County Parks N.J.
To-date, Mission 500, made up of security industry professionals, has sponsored more than 1,000 kids with its ongoing volunteer-driven campaigns. The all-new ballgame idea, “to strike out poverty in the USA,” was said to have come about as a means to keep momentum and increase awareness for this worthy kids’ cause. The free family-friendly sports event is open to all and will be filled with food and fun. The goal for the event is to raise $100,000 to help American children at risk.
On the field, NAPCO’s own Jersey-based RVP, Duane Warehime and Regional Metro N.Y. sales manager Nick LaBella, will play for one of the two softball teams in this multi security sponsor event, featuring heavy-hitter co-sponsors, organizer Samsung, Altronix, AXIS, Hikvision, Pelco, ISC/SIA and more than 30 additional sponsors, including those for the barbeque, bases, homeruns, outfield angels, handouts, etc. This free sporting and BBQ event will kick off with free official Samsung or Altronix baseball caps to the first 150 park entrants, and 50/50 split-the-pot raffle tickets will be sold for $1 on game day. Mission 500 will be also be sponsoring a “School Kit Build” there, with a goal of assembling 200 school bags to be donated to Title One Schools in New York’s South Bronx.
“What could be better than helping U.S. kids in need, celebrating America’s pastime and supporting Mission 500? Should be a great day for all, and one we are happy to support, ” Richard Soloway, NAPCO CEO said.
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